I agree but until it's not profitable to release buggy games, it's gonna be done.
The only way for that to happen is for people just to stop buying games (and it has to be a large number of people). Plus they have to know why people aren't buying the game in the first place.
Reviews nowadays don't really list bugs most of the time. They'll say if a game is ruined by bugs but all reviewests seem to look past bugs as long as it doesn't totally ruin the game.
So, with no way to know exactly what bugs exist without trial and error, there are always gonna be those people that buy the game the first day it comes out.
Making it profitable for companies to release buggy games on the planned release date because it has a lot of hype and will sell anyway
--A buck today is worth more tomorrow
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